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Notable deals included a commitment for an extra 100 737 MAXes from VietJet, a commitment from an undisclosed customer for 100 additional 737 MAXes, and a 78-aircraft deal with Air Lease, consisting of a firm order for three 787s and 20 737 MAXes, plus a commitment for another 55 737 MAX aircraft.
The Outlander PHEV can reach 62mph from a standing start 11.0 seconds and maxes out at 106mph
He's a massively consistent scorer but rarely hits 180s and even though we are now in best-of-seven territory binning the maxes still looks the sensible shout.
For residential, the credit maxes out at $2,000 from Uncle Sam and $1,750 from the state.
The guiding principle of periodization is gradually shifting from lower intensity efforts (based upon percentages of 1 repetition maxes), higher reps (e.g., 8-10), and higher volume (total sets) to higher intensity, lower reps (3-5), and lower volume within each mesocycle.